Do what you love, the money will follow: discovering your right livelihood

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Paulist Press, Jun 1, 1989 - Business & Economics - 195 pages
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No More Monday Morning Blues... You're about to be liberated! Here is the book you've been waiting for-a-step-by-step guide to finding the "work" that expresses and fulfills your needs, talents, and passions. Using dozens of real-life examples, Marsha Sinetar shows you how to overcome your fears, take the little risks that make big risks possible, and become a person whose work means self-expression, growth, and love! Discover how to: Tune into your inner world and your unique talents Evaluate and build your self-esteem--the three key questions to ask yourself Banish your outmoded network of "shoulds " Deal with the Big R--resistance Liberate yourself from an unfulfilling job...and much more! Discover how to tune in to your inner world and your unique talents; evaluate and build your self-esteem, banish your out-moded network of "shoulds" and liberate yourself from an unfulfilling job with this step-by-step guide to finding work that satisfies your passions. -->

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I've had this book for a long time, and it appears it was pulled from a local library's shelves and included in one of their used book sales. I think I saw why. I was intrigued by the author's own ... Read full review

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This book came out in 1987. Had I found it back then it could have actually saved me from the choices I have made that didn't serve me. It is an excellent resource that has allowed me to delve fairly ... Read full review

Contents

Introduction
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The Psychology of Right Livelihood
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The Belief System Called Myself
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Copyright

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Marsha Sinetar, Ph.D., is a pioneering educator and prolific author. She is one of the foremost exponents of the practical benefits of self-actualization. Some of her other books include "Developing a 21st Century Mind," "A Way Without Words," and "Ordinary People as Monks and Mystics,

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